How to Unlock the Shredder Operator Skin in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2?

This is for kids who grew up in the ’80s and ’90s. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ main bad guy, Shredder, is coming to Call of Duty. A few years ago, that would have been a very strange sentence to read. However, CoD has been partnering up with really cool and strange IPs for a few years now.

Since the game came out in 2020, Ghostface, Rambo, Jigsaw, Leatherface, Godzilla, and King Kong have all made cameos. Now, the TMNT’s sharp-looking metal villain has joined the fight. Activision said of the new operator (as per callofduty.com) –

“Making his deadly debut in the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic in 1984, Shredder is the notorious leader of the Foot Clan that uses his bladed armor to empower his expert ninjutsu and martial arts techniques.”

“Now he is coming to Call of Duty, ready to slice and dice any Operator who stands in his way of victory.”

Here’s how to play as the Shredder in Al Mazrah, Ashika Island, and MW2 multiplayer and scare your opponents.

How to Unlock Shredder in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2?

The Shredder can be bought in MW2 and Warzone 2 as part of a store bundle. The bundle will be in the in-game store on March 21. It will probably only be there for a short time, so players who want to play villains should grab it while they can.

The Shredder operator bundle comes with the following:

  • Shredder operator
  • “Oroku” shotgun blueprint
  • “Saki” assault rifle blueprint
  • “Steel Claws” Dual Kodachis blueprint
  • Weapon vinyl
  • Light Tank vehicle skin
  • Weapon charm
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When it comes out on March 21, you’ll be able to find out all the official details about the bundle. It’s likely to cost 2,400 CoD Points, like other operator bundles in MW2 and Warzone 2.

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